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Certification questions (Many of your questions regarding certification can be answered below or on one of Certification Pages. Please use this form if you have additional questions).
How do I apply for an Initial Certification?
How do I renew my certification?
My certificate has been expired for more than 3 years, can I still renew?
I have an ACSI certificate but need to change areas, what do I do?
How much does certification with ACSI cost?
Certification, Application, and Christian Philosophy of Education FAQs
What are CEUs and where can I take them to renew my certification?
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Already an ACSI—approved CEU provider? Helpful Information
731 Chapel Hills Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
(Individuals—access your certification renewal/upgrade requirements online)(Administrators—access your staff certification report online. This requires a separate log in from your myacsi login.)
"ACSI certification matters. An educator carrying ACSI certification is more likely to have a more biblical view of God, man, and ethics." Doctoral Dissertation by Dr. Mitch Evans, Southeastern Seminary, Wake Forest, NC. 2015.
The purpose of ACSI Certification is to strengthen Christian schools by credentialing educators who meet established professional and biblical requirements which promotes continued professional learning and increased effectiveness. Establishing and maintaining the certification of staff and administration is an essential step toward professional credibility and growth. Education is a process. Just as we encourage our students to grow and become life–long learners, we want to set the same example as their teachers and leaders.
ACSI certification establishes a framework for professional growth to occur over time, just like continuous school improvement.
"Christian teachers will also be students who are continually growing in their own mental development." Philosophy & Education: an introduction in Christian perspective. George R. Knight. 2006.